Babble's Top 100 Mom Blogs of 2011
Kate Inglis of Sweet Salty
Sweet Salty isn’t your stereotypical mommy blog; it’s more high art than slice-of-life. Yet despite the many ways Canadian blogger, author, and photographer Kate Inglis strays outside the lines, she’s managed to gain a large, loyal, and growing readership within the mom-blogging genre. With the gorgeously literary writing she published on her blog in the months following the death of her infant son Liam in 2007, Inglis became the voice for many previously voiceless grieving mamas, articulating the complexities of mother-loss in a way that no writer had ever done before. In addition to her writing at Sweet Salty, Kate Inglis is one of the founding mothers of Glow in the Woods, a warm online space for baby-lost parents.
- There is a light in you You see different or you look different or you like different things or maybe you don’t want to be like them at all but you don’t like how wanting something different makes you different, and sets you apart. …READ MORE >
- Welcome, baby!And hey: don’t worry about turning your mama’s undercarriage into a plateful of uncooked ground beef. Worry more about what you’ve done to her brain …READ MORE >
- Dispatch from underneath the coffee table I’ve been wound up like a goddamn rusty spring. I can’t get anything done. I’m all bleary-eyed and haunted by consequences that haven’t happened yet. …READ MORE >